We are making life-long friendships and having a lot of fun along the way…

From theatre and gallery trips, wine tastings, informal drinks, reunions, to overseas trips, and much much more, we are continuing to build up a vibrant events and communications programme for parents and OWs to enjoy, meet new people and make friends.

Upcoming Events

28 September 2023

OW Women’s Network & Sports Society Gathering

The Duke of Sussex, London



We are delighted to be hosting our third annual OW Women’s Network & Sports Society event at the Duke of Sussex on Thursday 28th September 2023. This drinks & networking reception is a gathering for OWs of all ages, with the aim of creating a positive and supportive environment for OW women. Whether it be navigating careers, picking up sports that were dropped, or re-finding friendships, we would love to see as many OW women there as possible to build upon the strong foundations this society has started! Please note, all are welcome at this event.

Tickets are free of charge, and include welcome drinks and nibbles.

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29 September 2023

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Waterloo Hall, Wellington College



Join us for our annual Macmillan Coffee Morning, held in Waterloo hall, for a range of homemade baked goods, stalls, raffles and cake competitions! We are so grateful to everyone who has supported our previous ‘Coffee Mornings’; the money we have raised over the years has made an incredible difference, and we can’t thank you enough for helping us support those living with cancer. Last year, we raised £1,376.90 and we hope to beat that total this year! Students, current parents, and College & teaching staff are all very welcome to come along on the day; please email community@wellingtoncollege.org.uk for further details.

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30 September 2023

Parent Choir Singing Day

The Old Gym, Wellington College



The Wellington Community invite you to join the informal and fun Wellington Parent Singers group, led by our inspirational Director of Music Simon Williamson, designed for singers of all abilities. For further details, please email: community@wellingtoncollege.org.uk

More events

OW Sports Clubs

Contact Katherine Cho
Contact Rod Shephard
07767 008461

Field Gun Association
Contact Jim Harwood
Contact Samuel Wilks
07799 408332

Golf Society
Contact John Goodeve Docker
020 8740 0686
Contact Jerome Alexander
Rackets & Real Tennis
Contact James Coyne

Contact Andrew Robertson
020 8682 7945

Contact Will Leonard
Contact Ed Reis
Contact Nigel Clarke
Contact James Bray
07900 682784
020 8769 0121

The Old Wellingtonian Lodge No.3404

The Old Wellingtonian Lodge No.3404 is a Masonic Lodge for Old Wellingtonians, Governors, Masters and Officers of Wellington College, present and past, whether already a Freemason or those interested in becoming one. It is part of the Public School Lodges’ Council; a forum for the private lodges of many of our great public schools.

We welcome enquiries from anyone interested in finding out more about Freemasonry. Also, those who are already Freemasons are warmly welcomed to join us; especially those from PSLC Lodges or Old Wellingtonians from other Lodges – just ask!

Members of the Lodge meet in London three times each year: in February, October and November. For our May meeting we return to Wellington College to celebrate our Freemasonry and gives us the opportunity to support College charities and initiatives.

For more information, check out the website

Latest News

Macmillan Coffee Morning: Friday 29 September 2023

18 September 2023

Join us for our annual Macmillan Coffee Morning, held in Waterloo hall on Friday 29th September. We are so grateful to everyone who has supported our previous ‘Coffee Mornings’; the money we have raised over the years has made an incredible difference, and we can’t thank you enough for helping us support those living with […]


Explore the College Archives!

30 August 2023

Last week on OW social media, we ventured into the College’s archives to explore some fascinating pieces from our collection, chosen by our College Archivist, Caroline. From our first College photo album to Queen Victoria’s signature, we wanted to give an insight to College life in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Student Diaries The […]


Waterloo Society Newsletter

30 August 2023

We are delighted to enclose links to our latest edition of the Waterloo Society Newsletter. We have been busy delving into the archives with the hope of conjuring up more nostalgic memories of your time at College. These newsletters all have a particular decades focus (1940s, 1950s and 1960s) and we hope that you enjoy the […]